Well, I did purchase the Model 70 that I mentioned before. Have put a blend of this and that in the spark plug holes to help free up the engine, as the pistons are stuck. Sure hope it works.
It has been sitting in the barn for 20 years. I managed to get two tires aired up; one rear and one front. Looks like a needle valve is missing in one of the front tubes. One back tire will air up fine, but the other leaks badly and not sure I can reuse the tube or tire. Back tires are R-1 Firestone 13.6-38's.
This is a 1954 model row crop NF with the rollomatic feature. As I was preparing to move the tractor from the barn, I encountered some unwanted guests. As I moved some things underneath, some scorpions came out of their hiding places. They were quickly dealt with. I hope this venture proves to be a good one, especially since the purchase price was so cheap.
Got my eyes on a 720 LP just a short distance away from where the Model 70 was at.